La contribución de la geografía de los niños y de las niñas a la enseñanza de la geografía

One of the contributions made by children's geographies to the field of geography is the inclusion of children as agents that create space, because children use and produce space as well as adults. We understand that schools should benefit from this knowledge and include it in the teaching of geography, so learners can better understand how they use space. The aim of this paper is to connect the fields of children's geographies and geography education in order to enrich the latter. To this end, we propose a model based on four main ideas: children must be considered as social actors that produce space; how children appropriate their space and places is relevant; studying children's spatial representation of places and spaces as well understanding children's places is essential ​
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